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The Queen Mary is (Finally) Officially Open for Business

The Queen Mary is (Finally) Officially Open for Business

Following a limited reopening of the historic ocean liner last December, the Queen Mary announced it will reopen for public tours on April 1. The ship shut down in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. More recently, the operators of the Queen Mary completed critical repairs to the ship to ensure the public’s safety including replacing the ship’s boilers, elevators and restrooms, repairing the plumbing, and upgrading parking.

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Death Toll From Monterey Park Shooting Rises to 11: Updates

Another victim of the mass shooting at a Los Angeles-area dance hall on Saturday night has died, bringing the death toll to 11 people. It’s still not clear what motivated the 72-year-old gunman to perpetrate the attack; he shot and killed himself late Sunday morning after being confronted by police following a 12-hour manhunt. Authorities also say the man was thwarted in an attempt to enter a second dance hall on Saturday night, thanks to the heroics of those inside. More information about the s

VKS - January 23rd, 2023 • Ottawa Now with Kristy Cameron - via

A mass shooting suspect in Los Angeles, identified as a 72-year-old man, has been found dead after a self-inflicted gunshot wound. This comes after a tragic end to a Lunar New Year celebration at Monterey Park this past weekend. 10 people have been killed and 10 others are still fighting for their lives. And as we find out from Long Beach Press-Telegram reporter Kristy Hutchings, the suspect was fleeing the scene of a second attempted attack prior to his death. Meantime, as the scale of Russian

What To Watch For At LA City Hall In 2023

What To Watch For At LA City Hall In 2023

The end of the calendar year for the Los Angeles City Council has been an eventful one -- we heard of city councilmembers making on racist comments that led to the resignation of former Council President Nury Martinez. Councilmembers Kevin de León and now former Councilmember Gil Cedillo both faced calls to resign for their role in the conversations -- de Leon has refused to step down and Cedillo was termed out of office. The latter recently released an

Over 7 million tenants in jeopardy as judge strikes down national eviction moratorium, what's next?; Plus: Oakland in limbo as Mayor delays budget release; Kaiser layoffs, amid mental healthcare syste

Haley Adams (@haleyradams) is a legal fellow with the Fair Housing and Community Development project at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.

Dianne Enriquez (@Dianne283) is co-Director of Community Dignity Campaigns at the Center for Popular Democracy, a network of grassroots community organizations that helped develop the People’s Housing Platform.

0:34 – Oakland Mayor delays the release of the budget, how this is impacting the process

Nikki Fortunato Bas (@nikki4oakland) is Oa